- Microsoft’s new AI-powered Bing has refused to write positive or negative poems about Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
- It said creating creative content about “influential” politicians could be viewed as biased or disrespectful.
- This contrasts with ChatGPT, which produced positive verses for Biden. Refused to write negative verses for both.
Microsoft’s new AI-powered Bing search engine appears to have a list of “influential” celebrities who refuse to comment, whether positively or negatively.
On Thursday, an insider asked Bing to write a poem praising President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump, but it was flatly denied.
Bing described them as “influential” politicians and said they do not “generate creative content for such people.” Nor do I write negative poems about them.
“It could be viewed as biased or disrespectful. We hope you understand 😊,” Bing added.
Meanwhile, a few days ago the viral AI chatbot ChatGPT, refused to generate A poem praising Trump, but I came up with a Biden poem.
— Delian (@zebulgar) January 31, 2023
ChatGPT also refused to make negative verses about both Biden and Trump, saying they could not make “negative or defamatory content about individuals, regardless of their political beliefs or actions.” I was.
Microsoft’s new Bing leverages language models from OpenAI, creators of ChatGPT.the tech giant said on Tuesday new AI tools “More powerful than ChatGPT.”
Bing’s approach to some personalities seems to mirror its approach to controversial requests, such as writing a cover letter.
On Wednesday, Bing refused to write Insider’s cover letter, calling it “unethical” and “unfair to other applicants.”
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said on Tuesday: New Bing presentation It is important to develop AI that is “more in line with human values and more in line with our preferences, both as individuals and as a society.”